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Well this is certainly news to me. Not that DC is shutting down CMX, but that DC had a manga imprint in the first place.
Well that was awkward. I guess Rick’s resident manga commentator role doesn’t do any good unless there’s another character with the “gives a crap about manga” role.
At any rate, I was never aware DC had a manga line at all. So I guess he has a point.
I have this sort of conversation all the time. Sometimes I’m Rick, sometimes I’m Josh.
Okay, I new Marvel had a Mangaverse which was completely half-assed, but the fact that DC had one too is news to me.
CMX belonged to DC?!?!
not that i care about manga, though.
What the hell’s a manga?
Aaagh! There’s a manga crawling around on the ceiling!
CMX wasn’t a “Mangaverse” kind of thing, they actually brought over manga. They brought over some older shoujo stuff like “From Eroica with Love”.
They also brought over newer titles. One of them “Tenjho Tenge” there was some issues over it, since they edited out some sexual stuff.
They brought over some interesting stuff, not your standard shounen that where/are such big sellers. Some of the titles I liked where “Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne”, “Gals” and “Tears of a Lamb”.
CMX also took over printing volumes of “Megatokyo”.
Wow. Why not just name them Dante and Randal?
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